School: Drumkerl

Location:
Drumkerril, Co. Cavan
Teacher:
Ml. Mac Aoidh

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Drumkerl | The Schools’ Collection

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0970, Page 220

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The Co. Meadow.
This meadow is called by this name, because it is owned by two people. It is situated in the townland of Gurteen, Killenshandra, Co. Cavan.
The Ring.
This is the name given to a small fort. It is called by this name because it is circular in shape.
The Broad Slap.
This is a cross where three roads meet.
N.B. The above are situated in the townland of Drummully, Killeshandra, Co. Cavan.
Terence Brady.

Collector
Terence Brady
Gender
male
Language
English
Location
Drumkerril

Strids.
This field is situated in the townland of Snakiel, Killeshandra, Co. Cavan, and in the parish of Kilmore. It got its name because it was owned by one man who was called "Striddley". Therefore the field was called "Striddleys" Acre and ever since it was called Strids Calf Park.
This field is situated is situated in the townland of Cordlea, Killeshandra,

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